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VID is 1.45 right now. I have not tried to drop the voltage atm.
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VID is 1.45 right now. I have not tried to drop the voltage atm.
Is that your cpu voltage or VID, as reported in Coretemp? Just installed a "new" 1100T and at stock, VID was 1.4. After loading my "std" oc profile it dropped to 1.300. Lowest, I've seen. Testing this one right now and do beleive this could have my best Phenom II yet. tongue.gif
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I have a 1090t and have been unable to get stable past 3.8Ghz. I have tried for over a year and still no go. I think I may have hit a wall with the motherboard that I am on.
I had 4.2 stable, but blew my board
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I had 4.2 stable, but blew my board
The board in your sig? Budget boards are not meant to be pushed to limits. 4.2 ghz is doable on enthusiast board, but not even 24/7. Most is around 4.0 24/7. Personally run 3.8-3.9 24/7 with bench runs of 4.2 for brief periods. Cheaper boards skimp on power phase and use cheaper components.
    
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The board in your sig? Budget boards are not meant to be pushed to limits. 4.2 ghz is doable on enthusiast board, but not even 24/7. Most is around 4.0 24/7. Personally run 3.8-3.9 24/7 with bench runs of 4.2 for brief periods. Cheaper boards skimp on power phase and use cheaper components.

No, it was a different board, but also from msi. If I recall it was a 980a-g 65. The board in my sig is the replacement they sent me.
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Had to do bump. Have my best 1100t yet and am enjoying every minute. 4ghz @ 1.4v and 3256 cpu/nb @ 1.3 . This idles at 17* and hasn't seen 50*. In a loop with 7970 that is oc'd to 1100/1500 and idles at 26* and hasn't seen 45*. I have had the same cooling for the past 6 months or so and have tried 5 different 1090"s and 8 different 1100's. VID is 1.3000v. I'm excited to see how far it will really go. So far seems extremely promising. Haven't been able to dig up much on VID and stock voltage as to what, if any, these things have to do with a chips performance. Any info or experience would be appreciated. biggrin.gif
    
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Very interesting. always wondered about VID vs stock vcore (high/low leakage). I have read conflicting things.
Best way is to test yourself. I just picked up another 95W 1045T.
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A low VID sample is going to be a high leakage chip (good for benching with extreme cooling, high VID is better for daily). VID is determined by TDP. If a CPU has a TDP of 125W, when they are setting the VID, they are setting it so it does not go over the TDP. If the range for a certain CPU is 1.2-1.5, and a CPU is going past the 125W TDP, they will give it a low VID. So a 1.25v CPU would be a low VID CPU, but a high leakage CPU. Now you take that 1.25VID CPU, and set it to 1.4V, it will now be drawing more power then a high VID CPU that started at 1.4V.



So in reality, for a daily system or system cooled by air or water, you DO NOT want a low VID CPU. They are better then high VID CPUs for LN2 or other xtreme cooling though.
http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=157547
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Good info. I personally have found through testing of about 12 1090t's and 1100t's, that the lower VID cpu's are always better in terms of oc'ing. All of them under 1.3500v VID had no problems reaching cpu/nb of over 3000mhz with only 1.3v. I generally test oc'ability with this oc profile -
242 fsb
16 multi
3156 mhz cpu/nb
2140 ht link
1.3875v cpu
1.3v cpu/nb

Most will do that, but not all are stable. Lower VID chips are stable at that and higher VID chips, typically, are not. I have also seen performance differences that back up what was quoted above. Typically higher VID chips are better performance wise, except for my cherry 1090, which outperfoms any of the others and has a VID of 1.3250. Here's a screenie of Cinebench showing that.



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Not the highest performing setup for AMD available, but a solid performing system nonetheless. I'm still testing multiple cpu's and am trying to get a handle on this. I'd like to start tracking all this and put together some charting. If any of you guys feel like contributing, that would be great. It's pretty simple. I'd like to get stock VID from Coretemp or HWinfo64 and then compare with cpu oc'd to settings above or something similar. I'd also like to use Cinebench to show performance. That's pretty simple. The reason I'm asking for stock and oc'd VID is, I've seen a difference. The cpu I'm running now had a stock VID of 1.4000v, when oc'd, it dropped to 1.3000v
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This is the newest to my collection and seems to corroborate the info from techpowerup. This chip had a stock VID of 1.4500V and O.C. Profile VID of 1.3250V. It performed better than the previous and is actually running slightly cooler. Next attempt will run at 4ghz.

    
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Good info. I personally have found through testing of about 12 1090t's and 1100t's, that the lower VID cpu's are always better in terms of oc'ing. All of them under 1.3500v VID had no problems reaching cpu/nb of over 3000mhz with only 1.3v. I generally test oc'ability with this oc profile -
242 fsb
16 multi
3156 mhz cpu/nb
2140 ht link
1.3875v cpu
1.3v cpu/nb

Most will do that, but not all are stable. Lower VID chips are stable at that and higher VID chips, typically, are not. I have also seen performance differences that back up what was quoted above. Typically higher VID chips are better performance wise, except for my cherry 1090, which outperfoms any of the others and has a VID of 1.3250. Here's a screenie of Cinebench showing that.



To 4 ghz 6,73 is very low result.

You must get closer to seven

This is my 1055 to 4 ghz



And just for compare to 4.2 ghz


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